It seems my english failed me this time. I don't understand what you are trying to say.Hrm, I don't think the sharing permissions on that picture are set correctly. Might try attaching it here, it works again.
Some progress pictures, now that I'm actually sleeping in the joint.Ok, for those who wanted pictures, they are in the spoiler.
The house front:
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The breezeway between the front door and the garage:
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The Front Door:
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The Living Room:
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The Living Room from another angle:
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The Dining Area:
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The Kitchen from another angle:
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The Master Bedroom:
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The Master Bathroom:
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Soon to be my Office/PC/VR room (gonna move the ceiling fan into the guest room)
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Soon to be the guest room (or possible Ferretorium)
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Second bathroom. Yes, tile everywhere, even on the ceiling.
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The back yard - I have no houses behind me, I back up right against green space (and mosquitoes).
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Apparently, the guy who owned this house previously was, like, THE tile magnate of the Brazos Valley. Big tile store/distributor. Everything in this house is tile. Tile floors, tile baseboards/molding, all-tile surfaces in the kitchen. Breezeway and patio? Tile! Bathrooms? Tile all over. Even tile on the ceiling. Open up the cabinets? Tile. Look under the kitchen sink? TILE. No linoleum or carpet ANYWHERE. ONLY TILE.
And yeah, I don't expect to get much use out of that fireplace.
That is a lot of wood paneling. I hope it came with a secret door.Some progress pictures, now that I'm actually sleeping in the joint.
I need a bigger TV.
I need to give my desk a good, thorough scrub and polish before I put my PC and stuff back on/in it.
SO. MUCH. DUST. Also I've since swapped out the light bulbs for ones of a warmer color in this room.
Getting the books back on the shelf. I had put them in boxes wherever they fit, as opposed to in any kind of order, so this is time consuming. (I did this while waiting for the guy to come turn on the gas this morning. Yes, yes, I know, go ahead, hit me with all the puns about my username).
I suspect, however, it will see a lot more use within the next year or so.
I've got a rug that I just haven't moved from the old place yet...And I know you told us about the tiling before, but there's a part of me screaming for area rugs.